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Veebee contemporary artist living and working in the UK. she create mixed media and collage pieces, inspired by pop and urban art themes, and sell original pieces, limited edition prints, and offer artwork commissions.
Veebee enjoys the challenge of exploring new and inventive techniques, to create pieces that are balanced and simple, but technically complicated. She is always experimenting; trying out lots of different materials that she has not used before, in ways that are less common. Consequently, although she like to choose subjects that fascinate her such as: beautiful people, butterflies and birds, she find more pleasure in focusing on developing specific techniques and trying out new forms of media.
Veebee's favourite medium is spray paints. They are truly versatile and she adore the smooth and uniform finish that they can create. However, what she love most about spray paints is the challenge in using them.
'Unlike the control one has over a traditional paint-brush, you rarely have the same level of control when it comes to using a spray-can. Pointing the nozzle over a delicate piece that I have been working on for days or weeks is a terrifying, but truly thrilling moment for me. Especially as I like perfection; if I make a mistake, I will have to go back to the beginning and start again from scratch.
My work begins with a vague image in my mind. I spend weeks or months considering the possibilities of developing it. I then start sketching my basic ideas and begin to plan the stages for its creation. As soon as I have a clear idea of how the finished artwork should look, I will begin the process. The hard part is that things rarely go as planned, especially if I am working with unpredictable materials. Sometimes it takes several attempts to achieve the finish I desire. I have had pieces that took over eighteen months to complete, but normally the process takes around four to eight weeks, depending on the complexity of the design.' - Veebee
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